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    sociallyfamous
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    I have further issues with the membership plugin and user front end pro.

    My goal is to charge a monthly recurring fee for the ability to post one post for a duration of one month.

    I setup a membership level where for USD 1 you can become a member for one month – recurring for an unlimited amount of time.

    In WP User Frontend Pro I tried to set as per documentation: Charge for posting, force purchasing a pack also described here http://docs.wedevs.com/paid-memberships-pro-add-on/

    NOW: Whenever I set the option to yes, the setting is not being saved and I am redirected to /wp-admin/options.php

    I was successfully able to charge via paypal express (although other option chosen) but because of the issue submitted here http://wedevs.com/support/topic/paid-membership-integration-short-code-not-working/ I cant see if there were and credits credited… the shortcode to see the User Frontend Pro subscriptions and credits is not working.

    Now it also seems everyone who signs up can post for free because I cant save the charging for posting setting.

    Any ideas what is happening here?

    Feraz

    #8540

    Mahi
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    Post count: 1555

    if options are not saving then something is not right with site then. Can you share login details with us so we can regenerate issue to check further?

    reply as private.

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    sociallyfamous
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    Post count: 91

    I looks like the https connection was interfering with saving. We are now looking into it… I ll have to get back to you on that… Thanks

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